Remembering Marguerite Jacqmin Soffa

The UW–Madison community was saddened by the passing of Marguerite Jacqmin Soffa (October 27, 1924–May 30, 2023), a stalwart supporter of the university and champion for human rights. Mrs. Soffa met her husband, J. Jobe …

Megan (Arendt) Manning creates impact through cause-based communications

UW–Madison alumna Megan (Arendt) Manning ’10 is working as associate communications director for Action on Smoking & Health (ASH)—a D.C. based nonprofit implementing legal and policy measures to end the global tobacco epidemic. International issues have long been an area of high interest for Manning, who is originally from Kenosha. She participated in Model UN in high school (representing Rwanda) before enrolling at UW–Madison, where she double majored in international studies and political science with a certificate in African Studies.